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Double arm transplant recipient says he dreams of being a chef – video

Retired US Marine sergeant John Peck discusses his ambitions after receiving a double arm transplant. Speaking at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, he says he is optimistic about what he will now be able to experience and accomplish Continue reading...
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